All Inclusive Resorts in Orlando
Orlando, Florida, is a vacationer’s dream. There are so many things to do and see you could spend weeks there enjoying all of the attractions. If you are traveling to Central Florida, there are several fantastic all-inclusive resorts in Orlando to choose from. In order to be considered an “all-inclusive” resort, most of the activities and amenities that the resorts offer should be included in the price of your stay. With the exception of some types of beverages and spa services, the rest is free to enjoy.
So after a long day in the Disney World parks, at Universal Studios, or swimming with dolphins at SeaWorld, you can come back to an oasis of relaxing fun at your all-inclusive resort. When considering an all-inclusive resort in Orlando, look for lots of amenities. Resorts will have fabulous pools, often heated with waterfalls, slides, and poolside cafes or bars. Most will have organized children’s activities during the day, and some will have kids clubs in the evenings so parents can enjoy a night out. There will often be multiple restaurants on-site and room service. Especially in Orlando, inquire about complimentary shuttle service to nearby theme parks. Spas and golf courses are certainly a plus, as are free Wi-Fi and breakfasts.
Holiday Inn Resort Lake Buena Vista is a great choice if you are traveling with family. They have kid suites with bunks and a king sized bed. Kids eat breakfast and dinner free and there is a large pool area with children’s pool, activities and “Dive-In” movies. The kiddos can also enjoy and indoor movie theater and video games. There are restaurants both poolside and within the hotel. Nearby are five excellent golf courses for the grown-ups.
Also great is the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress. Keep busy in the half-acre water park that has many water slides, waterfalls, and a large deck for sunbathers. The Orlando resort also features four bars, multiple on-site restaurants, and four golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus. Children between the ages of 3 and 12 stay busy in Camp Hyatt, leaving the adults plenty of time for golf, spa treatments, or romantic times together.
Rosen Shingle Creek is a stunning property where relaxation and entertainment are combined into one exciting location. Located 10 minutes from the Orlando International Airport, the resort hotel is home to a well-reviewed golf course, more than a dozen bars, lounges, and restaurants, four pool areas, fishing areas, and nature trails. The on-site spa is known for its variety of rejuvenating treatments. Complimentary transportation to Universal Studios, Wet N Wild, and SeaWorld is included.
Other great all-inclusive resorts in Orlando are the International Palms Orlando, Allure Resort, Gaylord Palms Resort, the Radisson Resort Orlando Celebration, or the Embassy Suites Lake Buena Vista. Each of these are brimming with amenities and are located very close to popular Orlando attractions.